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this weed cal upset 25th ranked ucla with a 43-17 win in berkley. san jose state had the weekend off but hosting utah state next saturday. there is a wide perception that president obama lost to mitt romney in the debate. >> now the first crucial encounter is over. everybody has their score cards up, so what do the candidates need to do in the coming days? we put that question to mayor willie brown and joe. here is what they had to say. >> mr. obama has to reestablish his dominance on the intellectual side and dominance on the accuracy side and has to reestablish his dominance on the excitement side. can he do that? i don't know. >> mitt romney? >> mitt romney has to keep going. keep plowing through and talking the same stuff and the same way. he was concise and crisp. he was like the ceo and chief that he aspires to be. >> this is the first time we recalled seeing former massachusetts governor mitt romney show up on stage. he has been avoiding, you wouldn't have known he was the governor in massachusetts. >> he was very proud to talk about what happened with the school system in mas
, they beat arizona, 54 history 48. and cal -- 54-48, and cal, grotto and ucla, maynard and keenan allen, the two half- brothers hooked up a couple of times. cal led big, 42-72 and late and a big win for cal on the grid iron. speaking of grid iron, candle stick park. the bills-niners, cbs 5. we'll see you later. >> a lot of hot stuff. >> got it there, vern. >>> mean while, san jose state had this weekend off but is hosting utah state next saturday as part of the homecoming weekend and that should be a game. and in major league soccer, a hat trick from the earthquake's tricks. and clenched the title with it 4-1 victory over colorado yesterday. the quake's warren chavez scored the first goal, 95 seconds into the game. and that must have been something. >> we have a lot to come here in the next half hour of our broadcast. >> and that is right. tragedy in a church of all places. what led to a bay area accident that took the life of the young girl. >> and later, what can be done to get apathetic people to vote? they have tried just about anything. why not cranberries? a lot coming up. (noise
cancer and you you wouldn't die from it. this money that we put in at ucla. they came up with a drug like that. went through phase 1 trial. went through phase 2 trial. it has gang busters doing great. all these -- it is working for all these women. so i'm not allowed to tell the name of the pharmaceutical company but they took our 1 million and turned it into a commitment of 10 190 million. >> mike: wonderful. i hope that our people will go to the website. it is on the screen and find out how to become part of the effort because there is so many people. every family has been touched. every family has been touched. >> they have been touched. >> mike: no exceptions. and if there is ways to help with the research to find cures and better ways to help people through the process, it would be a wonderful gift to millions of americans. thank you. >> thank you very much, governor. >> mike: always a joy to see you and your courage is amazing and inspiring. thank you, noreen. >> mike: before we go tonight, a personal word. last week matt turner the news anchor at little rock's kthb channel 11 which
wouldn't die from it. so, this mean that we put in at ucla, they came up with a drug like that. one through phase one trial and went through phase two trial and gang busters doing great and working for all of these women. not allowed to tell the name of the pharmaceutical company, but they took our one million and turned it into a commitment of 190 million. >> mike: wow. [applause] maureen, i hope that-- and go on the website and find the screen to become part of the effort. because there's so many people. every family has been touched. every. >> you're right, there has been. >> there's no exceptions. if there's ways to help with the research to find cures and better ways to help people through the process, it would be a can you feel gift to millions of americans. thank you. >> thank you, governor. >> mike: always, your courage is amazing. thank you. [applause] >> so, before we go tonight, a personal word. last week, matt turner, the news anchor at little rock's kthb, channel 11 which is the local cbs affiliate in little rock was killed in a car accident south of little rock. he wa
the nation's best college kicker in 2009. he was at ucla. the pro career is yet to blossom and spent 2011 on injured reserve with the dallas cowboys and spent the summer in training camp with tampa bay and making all five of its cake -- his kicks. he's the 19th kicker the last 18 years for the redskin and he is aware of their kicking history. >> i am familiar with the history here and i'm doing my best to change that history for a long time. >> i feel great. an amazing opportunity that they have give know me. >> everyone has an experience to start out with and you have to have an opportunity and you win -- any one through the competition and we had other guys who were more seasoned, one in particular and he performed in a tough situation. >> and from inside the 35 yards out. we'll all be happy. this one tied at one in the fourth inning. adam laroche providing the rbi, a solo home run and we want to see offense. we'll bring you an update and we'll bring reaction from inside the clubhouse following this one, will? >> and we look forward to it, scott. thank you. >>> a tough season for the r
compete. in the guest spot is richard sanders professor at ucla and stewart taylor junior editor of harvard law review, co-authors of the new book out today "mismatch." welcome, gentlemen. >> thanks for having us. >> thank you. >> richard, let me start with you. you say affirmative action places mirnlt students with underperforming scores in schools they're not qualified for, thus making it hard to pass exit exams and so they leave not fully prepared. >> yeah, it's important to keep in mind that we're not saying that students aren't qualified to be in college. it's which college they go to. so the idea is that if you are admitted to a school where your credentials are lower, say 00 or 300 points lower than classmates. the teachers teach toward the middle of the class and you're likely to learn less. there's an outpouring of research showing in the sciences, blacks and business panics have high attrition rates because of mismatch. in law school they're twice as likely to fail bar exams and there's a loss of self-confidence among students that receive it. >> i know toure will quest
education. i promise to come back as a doctor. with their help, i went to ucla and then to harvard medical school, where i became the first latino to receive three graduate degrees from harvard. true to my promise, i came home as an e.r. doctor. i am living proof of the american dream. for too many people, the american dream is in danger because washington is broken. to many workers have lost their jobs. to many retirees have lost their savings. to many students cannot afford college. our congresswoman has lost touch with the people. instead of looking out for us, they're focused on partisan bickering, scoring political points, and looking out for themselves and their wealthy donors. congresswoman's response to our problems is more of the same. more bickering, or partisanship, and more looking out for herself instead of us. instead of listening to people and proposing real solutions, she relies on the same old worn out partisan playbook that does nothing to create jobs or help seniors on fixed incomes. watch tonight how many time she talks and says empty phrases. every time you hear them,
and shopley, in the practice of market design. chapley is from ucla. >>> tomorrow there will be a memorial in san francisco for u.s. ambassador chris steves. among those in tanned dance under the city rotunda will be diane feinstein. it is open to the public. >>> monday how about that weather forecast. here's lawrence karnow. >> hard to tell, we have a lot of thick fog in many spots. the fog is going to lift and we are looking at mostly sunny skies as we head toward the afternoon. high pressure is building in and the next few days is going to be nice outside. inland, 60s and 70s around the bay. 60s out toward the coast. the offshore wind kicks in, beautiful to the coastline. 70s at the beaches, time saver traffic is coming up next. >> no mommy no! don't worry honey, it only works on checks. deposit checks from your smartphone with chase quickdeposit. just snap a picture, hit send and done. take a step forward and chase what matters. >>> good morning, we have some breaking tuesday in san francisco, it's -- news in san francisco, a specific package at ucf medical center. it's a shoe box with
at ucla where i had been getting my ph.d. -- the world views of these tea partiers. one thing that sets the tea party apart from many others is they have a very traditional view of the american dream. a 12 million -- toquevillian view, if you look. they have this view that all people of all backgrounds can succeed. this is not to say that other americans do not have this view, but they have this believe even more so, and it permeates how they answer poll questions and also helps explain a lot of their other policy positions that other people have a hard time understanding. let's go through this -- these are some pictures i took at a washington, d.c., tea party protest. you often see signs like this. "do not spread my wealth -- spread my work ethic." "stop punishing success and rewarding failure." this is part of a common theme throughout the tea party. throughout the tea party. for this
schaaply of ucla. margaret knows who these people are. maybe she can tell us a little bit. >> no, i don't. >> we'll look into that and find out what they did. they just won a big prize. a record setting night for aaron rodgers. he threw a career high six touchdown passes last night as green bay handed the houston texans their first loss of the season 42-24. only one team left, the atlanta falcons. the falcons are now a perfect 6-0. the only undid you feeted team. talk about having a nose for the football. check out nfl network reporter ian rapport, a new reporter doing a live sideline report this weekend. you can say he took one for the team. >> all of a sudden there really have been questions about this defense which is ranked 21st. i had an interesting talk with offensive coordinator -- with -- did you guys just see that football? >> i saw it. >> anyway. anyway. >> that's live tv, folks. keeps right on going. hit by a football in the face and delivers the rest of the report. we're on your side, sir. well done. >> that was well done. all right, john, thank you. >>> former senator arlen
administration. he taught economics at ucla and at the martin smith school of business and economics at cal state. he holds a ph.d. in economics from the university of california los angeles and a master of public policy from uc- berkeley. our second speaker is stephen fuller, the doctor is a professor of public policy and regional development at george mason university and has been there since 1994 parody served as director of the ph.d. program on public policy from july 1998 through june of 2000 and from july 2001 to july 2002. he served as director of the center for regional analysis. he previously taught at george washington university 25 years, including nine as chairman of the department of urban planning and real estate development and as director of a doctoral programs for the school business of public management. his research focuses on the changing structure of metropolitan area economies and especially on the impact of federal spending, including two studies completed within the past year that consider the economic effects of sequestration. in october 2011 he focused on the impact that
. and later vice president george bush and michael dukakis in 1988 from ucla. that's at 9:50 p.m. eastern here on c-span. >> to focus on the presidential debates this month, c-span is asking middle and high school students to send a message to the president as part of c-span's student cam video documentary competition. students will answer what's the most important issue that the president should answer for a chance to win $5,000 and there's $50,000 in total prizes. it's open for students age 6 through 12. go online to studentcam.org. >> next, republican ted cruz will debate paul saddler for the open texas senate seat vacated by kay bailey hutchyson. it's curtsy of kera tv. ted cruz is the former solictor of texas. it's just over an hour. >> this is the texas debate. we're broadcasting live from the kera studios in dallas and online at texasdebate.org. during the next hour i'll be the moderator for the final debate between republican ted cruz, the former solicitor of texas and paul saddler. welcome to our panelists -- ross ramsey, and pedro rojas, anchor for univision in houston. we invite you
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